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In her book White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide, writer Carol Anderson argues that the threat of black advancement is what fuels white rage.

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Several hundred people gathered outside the federal courthouse in Cincinnati Tuesday evening to protest a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot Ferguson 18-year-old Michael Brown. The Hands Up for Justice rally was sponsored by the National Action Network.

Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell estimated the crowd at 300 to 400 people.

Bishop Bobby Hilton started off by saying, "Let me be clear, we are not anti-cop. We are pro-justice."


  Tension has been running high in Ferguson, Missouri as the community awaits a decision from a grand jury on whether a  police officer will be indicted for the shooting death of an unarmed black teen. Some experts say there could be riots similar to what happened in Los Angeles in 1992 in the Rodney King case if there's no indictment.